Skip to comments.The Catholic Lectionary (Webiste)
Posted on 09/11/2011 5:13:34 PM PDT by Salvation
The Catholic Lectionary Website
Introduction / Purpose: Many other websites provide easy access to the scripture readings assigned to particular Sundays and/or Weekdays in the Lectionaries of various Christian denominations (see my Links page). For the full text of the readings for the current and upcoming months in the Roman Catholic liturgy, see especially the website of the USCCB.
In contrast, this website provides comprehensive tables of the scripture readings from several Latin and English editions of the Catholic Lectionary for Mass, so that you can easily obtain an overview of all the readings used in a particular liturgical season (Advent, Christmas, etc.) and/or in a particular year of Ordinary Time (Sundays in Years A, B, C; Weekdays in Years I & II). Cross-references and comparative analyses are also provided to enable you more easily see the differences between various editions of the Lectionary for Mass. For printed editions of the Lectionary and related resources, see also my Bibliography page.
CONTENTS OF THIS WEBSITE:
NOTE: The new "Liturgical Year" always begins on the First Sunday of Advent, not on Jan. 1.
2011 is Sunday Cycle A and Weekday Year I
2012 will be Sunday Cycle B and Weekday Year II; 2013 will be Sunday Cycle C and Weekday Year I
2014 will be Sunday Cycle A and Weekday Year II; 2015 will be Sunday Cycle B and Weekday Year I; 2016 will be Sunday Cycle C and Weekday Year II
Analyses, Comparisons, and Overviews:
This will obviously change a little as a new translation is adopted, but as I understand, the readings may not change that much. But you can discern quickly that this website needs to be updated......and perhaps they are in the process of doing that.
Guess we will have to wait and see on that one.
Blessings to you all.
Sacramentary Supplement 2004:
New Memorials and Feasts for the Universal Calendar
and for the Particular Calendar of the Dioceses of the United States of America
Oops, I forgot to add
[Catholic Caucus] to that title.
Could you please do it for me? Thanks.
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